|Traditional Irish Recipes|
|by George L. Thomson|
It is quite a common assumption that Irish culinary talents extend no further than the preparation of potatoes and the brewing of strong whiskey.
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Simple... just put ... out of your marinade. When you ... does not overcook or burn. Especially if you are cooking beef and like it rare or medium rare.
Mix all ingredients ... chops with remaining marinade and chill overnight. ... longer for well done. Transfer to platter and drizzle with reserved mint sauce.
Mince the garlic. Stir together the garlic with other ingredients. Use to marinate grilled leg of lamb or chicken. This recipe is enough for 2 ...
Combine ingredients in ... on charcoal or gas grill, turning every five minutes until done. Brush with marinade each time. Serve with rice and vegetables.
1. Remove and ... bowl combine the yogurt, spices and oil. Coat chicken with marinade working into slashes. ... minutes longer. Rice is a pleasant side dish.
Cook peppers on ... all ingredients for marinade in baking dish. ... turn fish and cook on other side approximately 3 minutes. Top with peppers. Serves 4.
Saute onions in ... lemon juice and cardamom. Add saffron to 1 tablespoon milk; pour on rice. Cook on low heat 10 minutes. Serve hot with curry or yogurt.
Joint the chicken. Combine marinade ingredients and rub ... until tender. Stir yogurt into gravy, return ... directions. I also recommend you use much less onion.
Slice potatoes lengthwise ... shallow dish. For Marinade: Beat eggs ... to 6 minutes. Transfer to platter. Serve with additional plain yogurt, if desired.
Partially cook asparagus, ... Combine ingredients for marinade and pour mixture ... sour cream (or yogurt) dill weed ... dressing over asparagus. Serves 6 to 8.
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